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The San Francisco Standard Is Going Bilingual 我们的新闻网将会开始提供中文语言的新闻。

Written by The Standard StaffPublished Jan. 05, 2022 • 3:46pm

As a part of our ongoing commitment to making our coverage accessible to every San Franciscan, we are pleased to announce that The San Francisco Standard will begin publishing select stories in Chinese as well as English.

San Francisco has the highest percentage of Chinese-American residents of any major city in the U.S., with that population making up 23% of city inhabitants. Over the past year, we have made sure to cover stories of import to the Chinese-American community in San Francisco, and now we are proud to launch our bilingual publication of such stories. 

We plan to expand our bilingual offerings in the future, as our team and coverage areas continue to grow. Please check out our first bilingual story here.

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